Hackers have promised a jailbreak for any iPhone 13.5
US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The hacker team unc0ver promised to soon jailbreak any device with the latest version of the Apple operating system, iOS 13.5, in open access. The master key will work even with new models such as the iPhone 11, iPhone SE and iPad Pro 2020.
The previous unc0ver jailbreak version was based on the checkm8 exploit, which was created last year. The main one for him was the first in nine years unrecoverable vulnerability found in the iOS bootloader. At that time, it allowed you to hack and jailbreak any iPhone with processors from A5 to A11, that is, from iPhone 4s to iPhone X.
The new version of the jailbreak – unc0ver 5.0 – goes further. Based on a kernel vulnerability that was previously discovered by a hacker under the nickname Pwn20wnd, it will allow you to “open” any latest Apple devices with iOS 11.0-13.5, right up to the iPhone SE released in April. The unc0ver website says that a new version of the utility will be released “soon.”
We are going to release #unc0ver 5.0.0 with support for every signed iOS version on every device using a 0day kernel vulnerability from @Pwn20wnd in sponsorship with https://t.co/l4SDOTDUla very soon. Update your devices to 13.5 and follow our progress on https://t.co/cNIUANaJr2.
— unc0ver Team (@unc0verTeam) May 21, 2020
For comparison, using another Checkm1 jailbreak based on the checkm8 exploit, you can only unlock iPhones with a chip no older than A11 Bionic, for example iPhone 8 and iPhone X. At the same time, Checkra1n can be launched under macOS, while unc0ver 5.0 will also be available on Windows and Linux.
Jailbreak is a software procedure that allows you to access the iOS file system and remove the restrictions imposed by Apple. For example, using the “master key” you can download applications outside the App Store, as well as install widgets, third-party keyboards and various “tweaks” that extend the functions of iOS. However, it should be borne in mind that any jailbreak device will automatically lose Apple warranty support.
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